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...with The Theater of Disappearance. The MET exhibition is the first part of a four-part, much wider art project with the same title — The Theater of Disappearance — which takes place in four cities over Europe and the United States: New York, USA (Metropolitan Museum of Art, from...

...to her for her graceful discretion. The Sky is a Great Place Jusqu'au 7 mai 2017 The MET Breuer #MarisaMerz #MetBreuer

...part of my life, and that architecture can sometime inspire me just as a rock or a cliff would. When I am in the city, my gaze is often drawn to the vertical lines of buildings where I can catch a glimpse of a nice aerial journey. I notice a ledge where I’d like to sit and enjoy vertiginous...

...and Dan Graham. Pierre Huyghe, Rite Passage The Roof Garden Commision May 12 –  November 1st 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 5th Avenue, New York metmuseum.org

...Empire State building!” The Roof Garden Commission Dan Graham with Günther Vogt April 4th – November 2nd, 2014 Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue (à la 82ème rue) New York, NY 10028, USA metmuseum.org

...ultimately, to be human and part of a large metropolis ” explains Lowry. The curators are constantly adding to the garden’s collection. They’ve just acquired Isa Genzken’s Rose and Thomas Schütte’s United Enemies. Alberto Giacometti Tall Figure, III, 1960 Bronze 7' 9" x 11...

...or the outside, to demand something in return, something to fill in the ideological and communitarian void caused by neoliberal interests. That is when corporations realize they can benefit from sharing part of their wealth, collections and assets with the public. Culture perfectly illustrates...

...structure installed by Daniel Buren in 2017. The meticulously kept rustic hamlet offers Bed & Breakfasts and a restaurant highlighting local wines and truffles. Other than its “art de vivre”, the village is also a place of exhibition, a sort of “appetizer” before the sculpture park. It...

...layered slowness of sediments. It is on those metamorphic and sedimentary masses, where Oslo’s first humans settled, that Jenny Holzer conceived one of the most significant, and yet discreet, works of the park: Cliff Sapho echoes the verses of Greek poetess Sapho, engraved in stone. Only the...

...artist’s clothes cut into a continuous 8 millimetre-wide ribbon creating an enclosure of 6 square metres, keeps them out. The show is predicated on these two works and the contrast between stasis and movement, imaginative and actual space.* *Source uffizi.it Antony Gormley:...